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P3 CEO denies disqualifying ties

Neutrality is a key part of the job of heading the P3 alliance, future CEO Lars Mikael Jensen tells ShippingWatch. "If not, I wouldn't be accepted for the job," he says.

There is no reason to fear that the P3 alliance will become operationally dependent with Lars Mikael Jensen as CEO, as Alphaliner's analysis on Tuesday hinted at, says Lars Mikael Jensen, shooting down the analyst's claim.

"The only comment I have to make about this is that I will of course have to be - and will be - completely neutral in this capacity. if not, I would never have been accepted as CEO by the three companies," he tells ShippingWatch.

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